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Howdy,

I love typing on my blog like a cow girl it’s really a dream come true for me as I waited so many years to have a horse again and then GOD double blessed us with donkeys.  If you own donkeys, horses or mules that spend most of their time standing around more than likely they are easy keepers.

Purchasing Hay:

Timothy or Orchard hay is going to be lower in sugar and protein than any other hay, select SAFEERGRASS to learn more.

Never Feed Donkeys Alfalfa hay as they are easy keepers remember the  donkey is the desert equine truly an exotic equine.   If you feed your donkey alfalfa hay they will get fat rolls on their neck, soon their stomach is bloated out and hooves are rotting away, literally rotting and separating a painful and horrific thing to happen to a desert donkey.   Fescue hay can be high in sugar too so best to test your hay if you can before purchasing.

Select Looking for low sugar hay to read more.

GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!

Melody

http://www.donkeywhisperer.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Donkeywhisperer

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Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

Melody & Scott Johnson are the owners of the Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC a Christian business. Melody is a world-wide virtual coach, consultant and trainer of humans to learn how to train their equine.

Need help with your donkey, mule or horse?
I provide a custom coaching plan specific to your needs via Skype, videos, and the phone. No need to travel for training or send your equine off to an expensive trainer. I work around your schedule as I am here to serve you.

Ready to work with me? The first half hour is free!

GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!
E-mail Melody@DonkeyWhisperer.com
Website http://www.donkeywhisperer.com

10 replies

  1. I am learning so much about donkeys and proper terminology, even for what they eat. For a city girl, this is a real awakening and I am blessed to follow your beautiful blog!

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